Lucky you !! The Park is absolutely beautiful and spotlessly clean , the cast members are unbelievably friendly and the hotels are lovely. We have stayed in the Hollywood which is a bit like the New York and the Disney which is way superior to our one. Although the Park is always classed as being smaller we found it more than adequate and although there isn't a Disney village there are plenty of shops and restaurants in the park. The food is often very themed which is nice and as you say, the prices are great. The Park can get very busy if there is a holiday but normally we have found it to be quiet enough to not have to queue for too long. It should be a comfortable temperature when you visit, the humidity at some times can be overwhelming. Take an umbrella to protect you from the rain and sun ! The no smoking policy is really enforced, I once saw a man getting a cigarette ripped out of his hand, and you will often find a completely suited and masked cleaner waiting outside the toilet cubicle ready to clean up as you exit ! The Park is very like California and I look forward to seeing the new Castle. The honeypots ride is our firm favourite especially on a hot day and the shows are really good, especially the Lion King. Your hotel choice looks good, we will be staying there next time. There are frequent buses to the Park but it is nice to walk along the sea front to get to the Park. My tip is to book a sea facing room, explore your hotel gardens and take a little time out to sit on the sea wall and imagine that the Black Pearl is about to sail round the corner !!